INAGH/KILNAMONA claimed victory in the Minor A camogie final following a replay.

Inagh/Kilnamona 2-9
Scariff/Ogonnelloe 2-4
Venue: Gurteen

It completes a rare double at minor level with Inagh/Kilnamona also claiming the hurling equivalent which was backed up by some of their players tasting Minor A football success with Ennistymon in Cusack Park on Sunday.

In what is a case of anything you can do I can do better, the girls also completed a double following St Joseph’s Miltown’s success at the end of August. In total, there was a total of eight dual players.

On the camogie front, Scariff/Ogonnelloe’s bid for a third title was thwarted by Inagh/Kilnamona in what was another memorable encounter between the clubs.

Dominance at this grade has been shared by the two clubs who account for eight of the last ten titles.

A strong final quarter pushed Inamona to victory and seal their sixth success in ten seasons with the absence of Eimear Rodgers a huge blow to the East Clare side who started on a high going four points clear after getting two goals in quick succession.

Roisin Shannon got a touch for a vital green flag for the winners on forty two minutes, she finished with 1-1 to her name and was fouled for a penalty that was superbly stopped by Nisha O’Neill.

Approaching the final quarter, they led 2-7 2-3 with Paul Queally’s charges relieved when Eva O’Halloran stopped a Danielle Beston strike at a crucial juncture.

Scorers Inagh/Kilnamona: Mary McInerney (1-2); Roisin Shannon (1-1); Ailbhe Devitt (0-3, 2f); Shauna Queally (0-2f); Cliodhna Queally (0-1)

Scorers Scariff/Ogonnelloe: Caoimhe McNulty, Chloe Lynch (1-0 each); Rachel Danaher (0-2f); Laoise Giblin, Shannon Beston (0-1 each)

Inagh-Kilnamona: Eva O’Halloran; Catriona Byrne, Aine Longe, Abi Kelly; Niamh Miller, Shauna Queally, Roisin Shannon; Eimear Burke, Cliodhna Queally (Joint-Captain); Ailbhe Devitt, Rhea Foudy, Elisha Rynne (Joint-Captain); Erika Wynne, Mary McInerney, Ella Fitzgibbon

Subs: Grainne Burke for Fitzgibbon (HT), Ally Hogan for Miller (HT), Kate Dowling for Wynne (52)

Scariff-Ogonnelloe: NIsha O’Neill; Lorna Reilly, Aine Rodgers, Dearbhla McNulty (Captain); Alison Collins, Tara Murnane, Eimear Heffernan; Emily Domini, Caoimhe McNulty; Rachel Danager, Dannielle Beston, Laoise Giblin; Chloe Lynch, Seva Brennan, Joanna Grady

Subs: Shannon Beston for Brennan (9, inj), Eliza Wiley Murphy for Lynch (HT)

Referee: Aaron Hogg (Truagh-Clonlara)

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